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Opis: Shapes of Freedom - Peter Hodgson

Peter C. Hodgson explores Hegel's bold vision of history as the progress of the consciousness of freedom. Following an introductory chapter on the textual sources, the key categories, and the modes of writing history that Hegel distinguishes, Hodgson presents a new interpretation of Hegel's conception of freedom. Freedom is not simply a human production, but takes shape through the interweaving of the divine idea and human passions, and such freedom defines the purpose of historical events in the midst of apparent chaos. Freedom is also a process that unfolds through stages of historical/cultural development and is oriented to an end that occurs within history (the 'kingdom of freedom'). The purpose and the process of history are tragic, however, because history is also a 'slaughterhouse' that shatters even the finest human creations and requires a constant rebuilding. Hegel's God is not a supreme being or 'large entity' but the 'true infinite' that encompasses the finite. History manifests the rule of God ('providence'), and it functions as the justification of God ('theodicy'). But the God who rules in and is justified by history is a crucified God who takes the suffering, anguish, and evil of the world into and upon godself, accomplishing reconciliation in the midst of ongoing estrangement and inescapable death. Shapes of Freedom addresses these themes in the context of present-day questions about what they mean and whether they still have validity. Hodgson makes an impressive case for the theological reading of Hegel, and beyond that, offers us an invaluable guide to the philosophy of history and its source material. Mark Tunick, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Hodgson is a scrupulous and fairminded scholar Robert Pippin, Times Literary SupplementPreface ; Citations ; 1. Hegel's Philosophy of World History ; 2. History and the Progress of the Consciousness of Freedom ; 3. The State and the Actualization of Freedom ; 4. The Course of World History: Shapes of Freedom ; 5. God in History: The Kingdom of Freedom ; Bibliography


Szczegóły: Shapes of Freedom - Peter Hodgson

Tytuł: Shapes of Freedom
Autor: Peter Hodgson
Producent: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199654956
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 208
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.39 kg


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Shapes of Freedom

Peter C. Hodgson explores Hegel's bold vision of history as the progress of the consciousness of freedom. Following an introductory chapter on the textual sources, the key categories, and the modes of writing history that Hegel distinguishes, Hodgson presents a new interpretation of Hegel's conception of freedom. Freedom is not simply a human production, but takes shape through the interweaving of the divine idea and human passions, and such freedom defines the purpose of historical events in the midst of apparent chaos. Freedom is also a process that unfolds through stages of historical/cultural development and is oriented to an end that occurs within history (the 'kingdom of freedom'). The purpose and the process of history are tragic, however, because history is also a 'slaughterhouse' that shatters even the finest human creations and requires a constant rebuilding. Hegel's God is not a supreme being or 'large entity' but the 'true infinite' that encompasses the finite. History manifests the rule of God ('providence'), and it functions as the justification of God ('theodicy'). But the God who rules in and is justified by history is a crucified God who takes the suffering, anguish, and evil of the world into and upon godself, accomplishing reconciliation in the midst of ongoing estrangement and inescapable death. Shapes of Freedom addresses these themes in the context of present-day questions about what they mean and whether they still have validity. Hodgson makes an impressive case for the theological reading of Hegel, and beyond that, offers us an invaluable guide to the philosophy of history and its source material. Mark Tunick, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Hodgson is a scrupulous and fairminded scholar Robert Pippin, Times Literary SupplementPreface ; Citations ; 1. Hegel's Philosophy of World History ; 2. History and the Progress of the Consciousness of Freedom ; 3. The State and the Actualization of Freedom ; 4. The Course of World History: Shapes of Freedom ; 5. God in History: The Kingdom of Freedom ; Bibliography

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Szczegóły: Shapes of Freedom - Peter Hodgson

Tytuł: Shapes of Freedom
Autor: Peter Hodgson
Producent: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199654956
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 208
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